Status : Brand New
Warranty : Full One Year
|Laptop/Battery||Lenovo Edge E530 Laptop Battery|
|Battery type||6-cell Lithium-ion|
The popular Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E530 is a stylish ThinkPad Series notebook featuring 15 inch LED backlit large screen with 1366x768 pixels resolution and is powered by Intel Core Ivy Bridge mobile i3 or i5 Processor, Have a new Lenovo E530 battery and never loose power when you are travelling with the 15-inch Edge E530 Series notebook.
Do not modify or disassemble the ThinkPad Edge E530 battery without professional help and knowledge.
Do not incinerate, or short-circuit the rechargeable battery pack (put battery with metal objects)
Do not expose laptop battery to heat more than 212°F(100°C), which may cause an exposure.
Do not place battery in device for a long period of time if device is not being used. Remove the battery when you store your computer for an extended period of time.
Do remember discharge then recharge the notebook battery for every few weeks during storage.
Do keep the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E530 battery away from children.
Built with the 15-inches large 1366 x 768 resolution screen, The Lenovo E530 still provide good battery life with intel Ivy Bridge mobile processor Core i3 and Core i5. The length of laptop running time may vary a lot, It depends on the running applications and the external devices connected to your laptop. Battery operating time (the time the battery can hold a charge) will decrease over time. When you travel with your laptop, you would want longer battery life. Here are some basic tips may help you.
1. Dim laptop screen - Adjust your screen brightness(Most laptops come with the ability to dim your laptop screen); As the screen will take 30% also power of the battery, Try turning down the display brightness to the lowest level you can bear(don't no hurt your eyes).
2. Cut down on unnecessary programs - Cut unnecessary auto running programs when boot up ,cut background programs like Itunes, Desktop Search, etc., Shut down everything that isn’t crucial when you’re on battery. You'd better save the basic firewall software when you are online.
3. Unplug unnecessary devices - USB devices (like mouse, keyboard, other widget chargers), PC cards, DVD drivers, Bluetooth and WiFi will extract your laptop battery power a lot. Remove all of this if applicable. Also check for other built-in components that you could disable to conserve more battery power.
4. Use power saving. Remember that standby mode still uses battery power a lot when you left , But use hibernate instead will save more if your laptop supports this function .